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Welcome to Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Aurora,IL

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Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic officially opened its doors on January 2 2019,  offering our clients and patients the highest level of quality service and care.  We are conveniently located to serve the communities of Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Warrenville, Lisle, Winfield, Woodridge and surrounding areas.  We can be found near the corner of Rt.59 and N. Aurora Rd behind the Speedway gas station.

Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic is a full service veterinary clinic offering a wide range of comprehensive animal health care services,  from routine wellness care to state-of-the-art diagnostics to surgery and more. Dr. Jain graduated from Veterinary College, India in 2008. He completed his PhD in Infectious diseases (Lyme Disease Pathogenesis) from University of Central Florida, Orlando and was awarded with Presidential Doctoral Fellowship. He has special interest in internal medicine, preventive health care and soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Jain is an active member of American Veterinary Medical Association. During his PhD, his research was focused on gene regulation of Lyme disease bacteria ‘’Borrelia burgdorferi’’ in mice and deer tick. He has published multiple research papers on Lyme disease pathogenesis. So, If you have any questions regarding Lyme disease pathogenesis, diagnosis and preventive care for your pets, Dr. Jain would be more than happy to help you. In free time, Dr. Jain likes to spend time with his wife, dog Noora, and in the fitness center.

Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic is proud to support our local communities.  We also work with many shelters providing veterinary care for pets in need of a good home.  We love the people and pets of the area we serve and we appreciate the opportunity to give back whenever we can.

We look forward to welcoming you and your animal companion into the Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic family and serve you with all your pet’s veterinary needs.


At Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Sunny Jain
Aurora Veterinarian | Luv-N-Care Animal Clinic

976 N Route 59
Aurora, IL 60504
{630-946-6864}

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Sunny Jain, DVM, PhD

    Dr. Jain graduated from Veterinary College, India in 2008. He completed his PhD in Infectious diseases (Lyme Disease Pathogenesis) from University of Central Florida, Orlando and was awarded with Presidential Doctoral Fellowship. He has special interest in internal medicine, preventive health care and soft tissue surgeries. Dr. Jain is an active member of American Veterinary Medical Association. During PhD, his research was focused on gene regulation of Lyme disease bacteria ‘’Borrelia burgdorferi’’ in mice and deer tick. He has published multiple research papers on Lyme disease pathogenesis. So, If you have any questions regarding Lyme disease pathogenesis, diagnosis and preventive care for your pets, Dr. Jain would be more than happy to help you. In free time, Dr. Jain likes to spend time with his wife, dog Noora, and in the fitness center.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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